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St Hippolytus of Rome

ST HIPPOLYTUS: DISCOURSE ON THE HOLY THEOPHANY

By St. Hippolytus of Rome *1. Good, yea, very good, are all the works of our God and Saviour— all of them that eye sees and mind perceives, all that reason interprets and hand handles, all that intellect comprehends and human nature understands. For what richer beauty can there be than that of the circle of heaven? And what form ... Read More »

A SELECTION FROM: “ON THE APOSTOLIC TRADITION” – BY HIPPOLYTUS

Foreword In the early formative years of the spread of Christianity beyond its Palestinian-Jewish context, there lived a Greek who was a presbyter (priest) that ministered to the Christian congregations of Imperial 3rd century Rome. It seems that the Faith was growing within this great and powerful city, and it seems that like any good minister of Christ, Hippolytus sought ... Read More »